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NYS Regents Prep - Integrated Algebra

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New York State Regents Integrated Algebra exam

NYS Integrated Algebra Regents exam

The Integrated Algebra Regents exam is administered in January, June and August of every school year. Most students will take this exam after successfully completing their first year of study of high school-level mathematics.

The Core Curriculum for Integrated Algebra includes most of the topics previously included in Math A except for some aspects of geometry, locus, geometric constructions, and combinations. Integrated Algebra also includes an introduction to sets, functions, lines of best fit, and exponential growth and decay.

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Integrated Algebra Regents exam

An Overview of the Integrated Algebra Regents exam


All students in New York State must pass at least one of the three Regents math exams in order to graduate from high school.

To receive an Regents Diploma with Advanced Designation, among other requirements, students must pass all three math exams.



  • Since scrap paper is not provided or permitted for any part of the exam, you must use the blank spaces in the question booklet as scrap paper.
  • After you figure out the answer to each multiple choice question in Part I, you must write the numeral that precedes the correct choice in the space provided on the separate tear-off answer sheet for Part I found at the back of the question booklet.
  • The answers and the work for the questions in Parts II, III and IV must be written directly in the question booklet in the space provided underneath the questions. All work should be written in pen except the graphs which should be drawn in pencil.
  • If you need graph paper, it will be provided in the question booklet.


The Integrated Algebra Regents exam is a 3-hour long exam that consists of four parts with a total of 39 questions.
  • Part I consists of 30 standard multiple-choice questions with four possible answers. There is no penalty for guessing. This section has a total of 60 points.
  • Parts II, III, and IV each contain three questions. The answers and the accompanying work for the questions in these three parts must be written directly in the question booklet. You must show or explain how you arrived at your answer by indicating the necessary steps involved, including appropriate formula substitutions, diagrams, graphs, charts and so forth. If you use a guess-and-check strategy to arrive at an answer for a problem, you must indicate your method and show the work for at least three guesses.
  • All questions in each of the four parts of the test must be answered.


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See January and June 2017 Regents Exam Schedule


Graphing calculators are required for the Integrated Algebra Regents examination. During the administration of the Regents exam, schools are required to make a graphing calculator available for the exclusive use of each student.

You will need to use your calculator to work with trigonometric functions of angles, evaluate roots, and perform routine calculations.

Knowing how to use a graphing calculator gives you an advantage when deciding how to solve a problem. Rather than solving a problem algebraically with pen and paper, it may be easier to solve the same problem using a graph or table created by a graphing calculator.

A graphical or numerical solution using a calculator can also be used to help confirm an answer obtained using standard algebraic methods.


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Private lessons with Dr. Donnelly

Dr. Donnelly, New York's leading Regents tutor, is now accepting a limited number of students for private tutoring and one-on-one intensive test preparation for the Regents Integrated Algebra exam.

Lessons take place at our comfortable office located at 1460 Broadway, Suite 15017 here in Manhattan. Our quiet teaching rooms are fully equipped with whiteboards and all the necessary teaching materials required to provide an ideal learning environment. There is also a comfortable seating area for parents who wish to be present during lessons.

Online lessons with Dr. Donnelly are also available via Skype for those students who are unable to travel to our Manhattan location.

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Over the years, Dr. Donnelly has helped literally hundreds of students to improve their Regents test scores significantly. We are confident that he can do the same for your child.

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